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Chat the Planet
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Chat the Planet on mtvU
Topics: chat the planet, iraq, youth
Listen Up! Youth Media Network
by null
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6 East 32nd St, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10016, US, 212-725-7000
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by LaQuita D. Keele
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Street Violence explores how violence affects the community.
Listen Up! Youth Media Network
by Shawn Atkins; Jayron Whithead
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Thug Life takes the audience into the head of a NYC gangsta' to see the reality and stresses behind the glamour and bling-bling of his life.
Topics: youth, new york city, animation
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by Ellen Kaiper
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Prescription drugs have become a bigger problem at EVHS than any other drug. How do kids get them, why do they want them, and what are the effects?
Topic: Health
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by null
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6 East 32nd St, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10016, US, 212-725-7000
The Beat Within
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A video diary of a young woman who has been through the juvenile correctional system and is now making her way back into the free world, dealing with education, career, and ambition.
Topics: juvenile, diary
The Beat Within
by Pacific News Service & YO!TV
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A video diary of a young man who has been through the juvenile and adult correctional systems and is now making his way back into the free world, dealing with jobs, school, relationships and temptations.
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by Ted Vadakan
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"Neighborhood Violence" by Tony Ballard explores how one young man in the Bay View Hunter's Point neighborhood in San Francisco learns to cope in a violent environment.
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Topics: Hunter's Point, Hunter's Point, Gun Violence
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by lmccreepbc@earthlink.net
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6 East 32nd St, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10016, US, 212-725-7000
The Bay School of San Francisco
by Elliot Bamberger
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The Senior Projects and Field-based Learning Program is designed to be the culminating experience of the 12th grade year. This program is a meaningful opportunity for every senior at the Bay School to pursue their personal and academic interests inside and outside of the classroom with the close guidance of an experienced mentor. The senior project should be a unique personal journey for each student as he or she works to gain an in-depth understanding of a subject area that is of importance to...
Topics: Elliot, Bamberger, Bay School, Senior Project, music video, after effects
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Brandon Franklin
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Neighborhood Related explores life in the Western Addition through the eyes of one San Francisco young person. By: Brandon Franklin. TRT: 4 min 39 sec
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Topics: Western Addition, violence, neighborhood, teen perspective
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by Gretchen Vinnedge
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PSA's about safe sex.
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Topics: Health, Youth
The Beat Within
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A video diary of a young man who has been through the juvenile correctional system and is now making his way back into the free world, dealing with jobs, school, relationships, and his past.
Topics: juvenile, diary
The Bay School of San Francisco
by Ana Bayat
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Historia_Part_1_of_3
Topics: Historia_Part_1_of_3, The_Bay_School_of_San_Francisco, Spanish
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by David Kaminski
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An honest portrait of people discussing interactions with others and inter-racial dating.
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Topics: Race, Racism, Inter-racial dating
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by Christine Peng
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Two couples, two stories, and two very different endings. Complexity abounds in this experimental narrative concerned with safe sex, communication, and trust. Utilizing split screen visual effects and natural, improvised performances, the T.A.O. cast and crew prove that intelligent and creative video-making is alive and well in Washington Heights.
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Topics: teen relationships, HIV/AIDS awareness, safe sex/ health well
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by Gabriel Diamond
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Another typical day at a typical high school is interrupted when a classroom full of unmotivated students reach their boiling point. Dance becomes the language of rebellion and the teacher becomes the pupil as the students take classroom etiquette and the laws of inertia into their own hands.
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Topics: dance, school, boredom
MediaArts at Capital Children's Museum
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Computer animation by Janie Abernethy. Summer 2000 animation workshop.
Topics: TNLC, CCM, Animation Lab, computer animation
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by Christine Peng
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A gripping documentary, Vicious Circle investigates acts of violence committed in the name of hatred, racism, neo-nationalism, and fear, and, in the process, the youth producers unravel little known complexities behind what makes a hate crime unique in the U.S. legal system. Vicious Circle combines the stories of victims and activists with dramatic invention and intensive, community-based research to present a document of stunning clarity and power.
Topics: discrimination, discrimination, public policy
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Jay Yu
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Street Racing exposes the dangers of street racing by profiling teen racers. By: Jay Yu. TRT: 6 min 4 sec
Topic: Street Racing, Teens, Danger
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Conexiones
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PSA produced by migrant youth in the Conexiones program on child abuse.
Topics: Youth, Health, Conexiones
The Beat Within
by Pacific News Service & YO!TV
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A video diary of a young woman who has been through the juvenile correctional system and is now making her way back to into the free world, dealing with jobs, school, marriage, and temptations.
Topics: juvenile, diary
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by digitalmyth@aol.com
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6 East 32nd St, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10016, US, 212-725-7000
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Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
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An improv enactment of teen courtship from 40 different voices. Lead Youth Producer: Paolo Sambrano TRT: 6:00 Screenings: San Francisco International Film Festival Berkeley Film & Video Festival Orinda Film Festival Tower of Youth Festival (Sacramento, CA) Reel Teens Film Festival (New York NY) Do It Your Damn Self Film Festival (Cambridge, MA) Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival (Birmingham, AL) KDOL TV (Oakland, CA) Access SF (San Francisco, CA) Awards: Grand Festival Award-Young Producers...
The Bay School of San Francisco
by Sharon Brock
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Student Play of Cellular Respiration - B Block 2008-2009
Topics: Studen, Play, Cellular, Respiration
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by rgibb@wdhsvideo.org
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6 East 32nd St, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10016, US, 212-725-7000
The Beat Within
by Pacific News Service & YO!TV
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A video diary of a young man who has been through the juvenile correctional system and is now making his way back into the free world, dealing with jobs, school, relationships and temptations.
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Topics: juvenile, diary
The Bay School of San Francisco
by John Tompkins
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The Senior Projects and Field-based Learning Program is designed to be the culminating experience of the 12th grade year. This program is a meaningful opportunity for every senior at the Bay School to pursue their personal and academic interests inside and outside of the classroom with the close guidance of an experienced mentor. The senior project should be a unique personal journey for each student as he or she works to gain an in-depth understanding of a subject area that is of importance to...
Topics: senior, projects, bay, school, san, francisco, presidio
Chat the Planet
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Is the term family values universal? Are Jordanian families all that different from American families? This episode is a unique opportunity to explore and deconstruct these stereotypes. The groups talk about homosexuality, divorce, sex, and discover that they have more feelings in common than they thought.
Topics: Chat the Planet, Jordan, Family Values
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by Ted Vadakan
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Voting by Christopher Tche explores the importance of voting for young people through interviews with three generations of voters.
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Topics: youth, politics, voting
Chat the Planet
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Bridge to Baghdad I was filmed on March 1, two weeks before the start of what became "Operation Iraqi Freedom." Youth in New York City and their peers in Baghdad had a live dialogue with one another about the future of the nations which they will someday govern. Days after the U.S. declared the war officially over, NextNext Entertainment and DCTV again sent a crew to a now smoldering Baghdad to rediscover the young Iraqis. Bridge to Baghdad II allowed these two groups to resume the...
Topics: Chat the Planet, youth, Iraq, Baghdad, b2b
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by John C.Williams
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When her mother left to start a new family, Shenelle spent each day waiting for her return and dancing alone. A video poem, featuring Shavonne Lawson, a student at the Mark Morris Dance Studio.
Topics: Family, Divorce, Dance
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by Whitney Wilcox/Boima Tucker
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A youth perspective on hip-hop from several young people who live it.
Topics: hip hop, music, culture
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Eli Purpura-Pontoniere
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My Family is about living in a large family. By: Eli Purpura-Pontoniere, TRT: 2 min 51 sec
Topics: family, large family
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by Alan Hymen
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PSA explaining why schools have fire drills and what to do in case of real fire.
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Topics: youth, psa, fire safety
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by Stephen Taylor
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This youth produced documentary takes a hard, honest look at the Connecticut Juvenile Traning School as youth guide you through an unprecedented on camera tour of the facility and ask an important and provocative question: at what cost and to what benefit does Connecticut incarcerate its youth?
Topics: Juvenile Justice, youth, activism
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Michael Kinard
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Block Violence is about the seriousness of hood violence in the Bay Area. By: Michael Kinard, 2005. TRT: 2 min 35 sec
Youth Media
by Dan and Friends
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Topics: peer, pressure
The Bay School of San Francisco
by Ana Bayat
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Historia_Part_3_of_3 from the Bay School of San Francisco Spanish
Topics: Historia_Part_3_of_3, The_Bay_School_of_San_Francisco, Spanish
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by David Kaminski; Kenny Cosgrove
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A public servie announcement thath raises awareness on the dangers of the internet.
Topics: cyberstalking, youth, internet
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Lesley Rodriguez
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Not A So-Called Perfect Life shows how communication can heal the wounds of growing up with an alcoholic parent. By: Lesley Rodriguez TRT: 3 min 51 sec
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by Tyler Krebs
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Premature is a short film dealing with teen pregnancy.
Topics: Christian, youth, teen pregancy
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by beakaiper@roadrunner.com
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6 East 32nd St, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10016, US, 212-725-7000
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by Philip Courtney
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7th grade students in a Students With Disabilities class at M 131 in Chinatown used stop motion animation and rap as mediums for the retelling of th Native American myth, The Dreamfast.
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Topics: folk tale, animation, youth
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Alex Asefaw
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Passing Judgment explores how people are often judged based on their looks, even though people have a lot more to offer than assumptions may suggest. By: Alex Asefaw. TRT: 5 min 6 sec
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Matthew J. Salanoa
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Protect What's Left explores how the world is not as beautiful as it seems, and shows that if people continue to pollute, there won't be anything left for following generations. By: Matthew J. Salanoa. TRT: 2 min 43 sec
Topics: environment, pollution
Youth Media
by J from Vertigo
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Some kids eating twang while tripping on DXM.
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Topic: It Burns, Burns, It, Real Versions, Dude, Dude this is the real versions of the game, of the game,...
MediaArts at Capital Children's Museum
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Torn and cut-out paper animation by Christopher Grotke. Music is Junkyard, a b-side of a Grace Jones single. Started in November 1989 and took about a month of steady work. I wanted to test the new animation stand and FAX EOS frame controller, do a long project, and demonstrate animation to museum visitors while working in the new Animation Lab.
Topics: TNLC, CCM, MediaWorks, Animation Lab, Paper Dance, Grotke
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Karla Gallardo
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Eyes and Ears explores the challenges and advantages of being raised by immigrants. By: Karla Gallardo TRT: 3 min 29 sec
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by LeShanti Smith
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Life at Church takes a look into the filmmaker's favorite place -- church. By: LeShanti Smith. TRT: 1 min 51 sec
The Beat Within
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A video diary of a young man who has been through the juvenile and adult correctional systems and is now making his way back into the free world, dealing with jobs, school, family, and temptations.
Topics: juvenile, diary
The Beat Within
by Pacific News Service & YO!TV
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A video diary of a young man who has been through the juvenile and adult correctional systems and is now making his way back into the free world, dealing with jobs, school, friends, and temptations.
Topics: juvenile, diary
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Janel White-Taylor
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A story of my family.
Topic: Society: Families
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by LaTanya Tickle Green
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Realizing (And some may never see) explores the realities of people depending on one another. By: LaTanya Tickle Green. TRT: 3 min 29 sec
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by Rachel Burnham, Media Mike Hazard and David Bengtson
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A video poem is a new way of seeing and saying things. This one is about heightened awareness.
Topics: Youth, video poetry
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Diem Vo
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A family describes their experiences in Vietnam while at the dinner table.
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Antonette E. Santiago
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No More Regrets explores how, when someone passes away, those surviving the deceased realize how big an impact the deceased has had on their lives. By: Antonette E. Santiago. TRT: 5 min 26 sec
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by Gretchen Vinnedge
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Documentary about video games and their content. Are they too violent and sexy? Does the teen rating really prevent someone from purchasing one?
Topics: youth, video games
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Michael Yip
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One Day at the Park uses basketball as a metaphor to encourage perseverance despite repeated failures. By: Michael Yip. TRT: 1 min 40 sec
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Michael Maldonado
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Mikewest is an exploration into alternative education options. By: Michael Maldonado. TRT: 4 min 51 sec
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by Nicola Pine
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A short funny chase video of one boy after a girl.
Topics: youth, chases
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Aaron Chiang
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3:5:14:00:100 is a documentary about the filmmaker's baseball team, a team that works hard and has fun, but consistently loses games. By: Aaron Chiang. TRT: 6 min 9 sec
Topic: baseball
Youth Media
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On May 1, 2006 MNN Youth Channel was out talking to young people in the streets in both Washington Heights and Union Square in New York City. Here's some of what we heard.
Topics: youth, immigration, protest, mayday
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A shocking look at the amount of trash we produce everyday and the way it's negatively affecting the environment.
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Zack Loheed
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The Struggle is a film about the struggle between funding public schools versus funding the military. By: Zack Loheed. TRT:1 min 56 sec
Topics: Education, public schools, budget
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by jared martin / amanda whittenberger
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a brief animated history of humankinds metaphysical evolution
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Topics: animation, imagination, youth
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Oakland, CA, 94612
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Jarrel Phillips
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Breaking the Mode proposes that leaders are individuals who are willing to stand out and are not afraid to stand up for what they believe and who inspire other people to take action as well. This idea of leadership is conveyed through a poem by Nelson Mandela: "Our Deepest Fear." By: Jarrel Phillips. TRT: 6 min 24 sec
Topics: Leadership, Leader
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Kayla and her friends talk about what it was like for all of them when she came out.
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Aisha Lawrence, Kate Osipova, and Lydia Tulba
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Run it Through is about high school students’ struggles trying to get into college. By: Aisha Lawrence, Kate Osipova, and Lydia Tulba. TRT: 4 min 30 sec
Topics: college admissions, college applications
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Being yourself is even harder than being someone else.
Bay Area Video Coalition: Youth
by Kate Osipova
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I Don't Know looks at how people are so busy that they become preoccupied with little things and do not take time to recognize the uniqueness of their lives. By: Kate Osipova. TRT: 4 min 15 sec